Facts are facts.
Okay, well you’re making some excellent points here.
That’s why it’s good to have a regular candy bar in addition to the special one. Take a nibble of your edible, and if you’re craving more candy, scratch that itch with a much safer—and cheaper—sweet treat.
Everything about this sounds absolutely wonderful.
Regular box mix + ground up weed isn’t going to taste that good though. I have a really hard time with the taste of weed, so this recipe is very welcome.
I like this use of chili paste.
Hahahaha this giiiiif! We are all Britney.
I love that you are comfortable enough this recipe to tweak it. That’s the fun part of cooking, I think.
I didn’t used to like hot tomatoes but they are just so good roasted. Love this combo.
You have your priorities straight.
This is very good.
Why you mad, brah?
I see no reason not to try that.
If you have very little experience and don’t know where to start, my suggestion is to pick and blog or cookbook that sounds fun and just start making whatever appeals to you.
Oh man, I’m pretty busy with the columns I have now, and I just added WIC, so I’m currently focused on that one. I’d love to do more WISV videos though.
I am always terrified when cooking for other people, but I also thrive on that fear. I’ll pretty much try anything once, except fancy pastry projects that involve decorating, because I can’t decorate a gingerbread house successfully.
I vastly prefer when someone tells me to use “half an onion, diced” than like “x cups diced onion.”
I am and I need to start carving out cookbook time for myself. I read them more as “entertainment” than education, so I like a book that has a warm and inviting feel. Anything by Nigella Lawson is a winner for me, and I’m loving the Bravetart’s new book, and Candy Is Magic by Jami Curl. I tend to buy baking books more…
When I was like, 9 or 10, I decided I was going to make pumpkin bread for Thanksgiving. I rushed through reading the recipe, and ended up adding tablespoons of baking soda, rather than teaspoons. It was terrible. I cried a lot. But I am now a very careful recipe reader.
Thank you! This is going to sound very trite, but that dumb little cat game helped me get through my divorce. I just needed something silly to distract me and it did its job.